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Health Benefits of Respect Green Mix

  1. The ingredients

Respect Green mix is a combination of powerful ingredients: spirulina, chlorella, barley grass and wheat grass, assisting with detoxing, boosting the immune system, increasing energy levels and potentially assist with heart health and blood pressure to name a few of the benefits.

Spirulina is a natural microalgae that has been growing on Earth for 3.6 billion years. It is the world’s richest natural source of vitamins, minerals, plant protein (66%) and antioxidants. Spirulina provides a boost to your health, constitutes an instant source of energy and helps with the treatment of diseases.

 

Chlorella is a green freshwater algae. It is a microalgae with unique health benefits. It is a highly effective detoxifying agent: it absorbs heavy metals such as mercury, led, cadmium and metalloids such as arsenic. Our body does not digest the Chlorella fibers so our system gets rid of these toxins in a natural way.

Wheatgrass is a food made from the Triticum Aestivum plant. It’s considered  as a super potent health food with amazing benefits and is packed with a powerful combination of nutrients that make it extremely useful to your health. The extensive combination of vitamins and nutrients may make wheatgrass a very good choice to enhance your well-being. Wheatgrass has antioxidant, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties.

Barley is one of the most important cereal crops in the world. Also known as barley leaves, barley grass is the leaf of the barley plant. It has been studied extensively for its beneficial health effects

Benefits

2.1 Chlorella

Chlorella cleans our soft tissue, our body fluids and our organs (liver, bowels, kidney, lungs). This cleansing is an essential stage for a healthy body. In a few months, a regular consumption of Chlorella of 3 to 20g per day significantly reduces the heavy metals in our body. It is one of the most effective ways to naturally eliminate heavy metals and other toxins otherwise difficult to get rid of in our body.

In addition to this strong detoxifying power, chlorella can improve your energy levels, your immunity and assist with keeping your blood pressure in check.

 

  • Spirulina

Spirulina is packed with nutrients. A tablespoon of spirulina contains as much calcium as 1 glass of milk, the equivalent proteins of 35g of beef, iron of 1 kg of spinach, the magnesium content of 3 walnuts, beta carotene of 700g carrots, potassium of ½ banana, omega 3&6 equivalent to 1 portion of fish and the zinc content of ½ avocado.

In addition, the same amount holds only 20 calories and 1.7 grams of digestible carbs.

Spirulina may be the single most nutritious food on the planet.

Phycocyanin is the main active compound in spirulina. It has powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

Studies indicate that spirulina can lower triglycerides and “bad” LDL cholesterol and may simultaneously raise “good” HDL cholesterol. Spirulina may also have anti-cancer properties, assist with lowering blood pressure and reduce blood sugar levels.

Spirulina is a great superfood for sports lovers as it improves iron levels in your blood leading to enhanced endurance and increased muscle strength.

2.3. Wheatgrass

Wheatgrass is high in chlorophyll and many vitamins, minerals and amino acids. Test-tube and animal studies have found that its antioxidant content may prevent oxidative stress and cell damage.

 

Wheatgrass and its components have been associated with many health benefits, including weight loss, decreased inflammation, lower cholesterol and better blood sugar control.

2.4. Barley grass

Barley grass is a good source of many nutrients, including fiber, polyphenols, flavonoids, and vitamins A, C, and K.

Although more research is needed, some human and animal studies suggest that barley grass may promote weight loss, improve blood sugar levels, and support heart health.

Respect green mix combines these 4 superfoods into 1 easy to use powder to add daily to your smoothies, your salads or your breakfast bowls.

Trusted source: the healthline